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               Solar batteries work by storing energy produced by your solar panels for later use. In some cases, solar batteries have their own inverter and offer integrated energy conversion. The higher your battery's capacity, the more solar energy it can store. While battery storage has come a long way from its modest beginnings, the numbers still don’t add up for many businesses and homeowners. Its time is coming soon, however. The energy storage market will balloon to $250 billion by 2040, Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) predicts, and battery storage will automatically come with rooftop solar systems by the 2030s. When it does, solar may well become one of the dominant power sources in the global energy mix.

A solar battery storage system helps alleviate this problem by storing excess energy your solar panels for home produce. This way, you can still use clean energy when you get home from work, instead of pulling energy from the utility grid, which is most likely using coal or some other form of fossil fuel energy. You can store excess solar energy with a home battery. Home batteries are great because they help you take advantage of the electricity your solar energy system produces when you need it. We use energy all day long to heat and cool our homes, but most of us use our lights and other electronics mostly at night when we’re home after work. Unfortunately, this is also when solar panels stop producing energy.

Solar Energy Storage System

How Do Solar Batteries Work

              When you need more electricity than your solar energy system is producing, your home can use the energy stored in your home battery. The battery will automatically discharge whenever your home is consuming more power than your solar panels are producing; this delays the need to pull energy from the grid. After your inverter converts the power into alternating current, that electricity will run through the rest of the house. It will then power your appliances and devices. Energy which is unused will then be sent to the home battery for storage. If you don’t have a home battery or your home battery is fully charged, the electricity will then be sent to the grid. If your electricity is being sent to the grid, it’s possible that you could benefit from net metering. You can talk to your solar rep to learn more.

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